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[BLOGIT]Just Bought Me First Books....


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So having finally said out loud to myself that yes, I think I am a Pagan, that it's something I want to know a bit more about so I can work out where the bloomin' heck this is going to take me (seeing as how it's taken me 42 years to finally work out that maybe this is something I need to pay a bit more attention to! :) ) and having had a good trawl through the Starters Orders (which did fry my brain a bit I must admit - probably better to read a bit at a time not try and digest the whole thing in one sitting!! Guess it's the enthusiasm of being new to something!

 

Anyway, Starters Orders (the basics) is a FAB post and it made me think about the bits that really interest me right here, right now so I've ordered meself a book on crystals, a book on herbs and healing and (because it was second hand so very VERY cheap, a book for the solitary witch. Reckon that'll be enough to keep me going for a while.

 

Am SO glad this forum is here, I've found more information, including idiots guides, in one place here than anywhere else :P

 

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sweetheart, that's so nice, but much more suitable for a blog.

 

Pop along to our blogs and set one up :)

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